Developers got the go-ahead from the Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday to move forward with plans for a multifamily development at Stonecreek Crossing.
San Marcos Police are investigating a suspected robbery-homicide at a local apartment complex.
Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra referred to the sacred nature of the site.
San Marcos' first and only roller derby league, the San Marcos River Rollers, are offering a 12-week boot camp program to get new skaters rolling.
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is pleased to report that 28 fugitives sought through the Texas 10 Most Wanted Program — including 15 convicted sex offenders — were arrested in
In front of dais are Eric Beckers, Daphne Tenorio, Marie Bassett and Jerry Moore; front row on dais are Pct. 1 Commissioner Debbie Gonzales Ingalsbe, Linda Coker, Cindy Daughtry, Robert Frizzell and Faye Haskings; back row, County Judge Ruben Becerra, Pct. 2 Commissioner Mark Jones, Gary Bryson, Griffin Spell, Chairwoman Kate Johnson, Irma Gaitan, Jo Landon, Gina Rogers, Dorothy Gumbert, July Moreno, Cindy Meyers, Eddie Gumbert, Jo Ann Lowe, Luanne Cullen, Delbert Bassett, Pct. 3 Commission Lon Shell and Pct. 4 Commission Walt Smith. Hays County photo
At its Feb. 5 meeting, Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra swore in members of the Hays County Historical Commission. The members will serve for two years.
Love is in the air in San Marcos with local businesses working to make Valentine’s Day plans come together.
San Marcos’ own Dianne Wassenich has been chosen as one of four 2019 winners of the Audubon Texas Women in Conservation Award.
A district judge may have the final say in the future of the outdoor music festival Float Fest.
Luanne Caraway, the county’s long-serving tax assessor-collector, is retiring at the end of the month and the Comnissioners Court is taking applications to fill her unexpired term which ends Dec.
Outsourcing inmates to other county jails cost Hays County $61,507 the week of Feb. 3-9, according to the jail report read in commissioners court Tuesday morning.
Paid on-street parking is coming to San Marcos as part of a plan to increase parking availability and bring in revenue to reinvest in the downtown area and city parks.
Freese and Nichols, Inc., has strengthened its corrosion protection services with the addition of corrosion specialist Ron Deal as a senior designer.
Whether you love it or loathe it, Valentine’s Day is here.
Gary Job Corps Student Government Association students shadowed lawmakers earlier this month as part of the National Groundhog Job Shadowing initiative. One of their last stops was the office of Kyle City Manager Scott Sellers. Students observed a meeting discussing rainwater drainage issues with Perwez Moheet, CPA, director of Finance; Leon Barton, Harper Wilder, Public Works director; Kathy Roecker, storm water administration; Brian Liffibridge, assistant director of Public Works; Scott Egbert, Public Works Street Division manager, Paige Saenz, City Attorne; and Sellers. Gary Student Government Association students in conversation with Sellers are Caleb Burrell, Jennifer Arenas and Gabriel Kirt. Staff members Patricia Beauregard and Rachel Garnes were also in attendance. Gary Job Corps Center photo
HOUSTON (AP) — The nonprofit National Butterfly Center has asked a federal judge to stop border wall activity on its property as the Trump administration gears up to build new walls and fencing in
San Marcos-based Coast Flight Instructor Travis Cox, RPT, encourages Nathan Lopez during the STEAM Fair and Science Showcase held last weekend at San Marcos High School. The event was a project of the school district and the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce that drew more than 1,500 attendees. Daily Record photo by Gerald Castillo
This afternoon, the San Marcos City Council will begin the months-long process of preparing the city’s Fiscal Year 2019-2020 budget.
The San Marcos CISD board of trustees plans to decide what to do for a central office facility at its regular meeting on Feb. 18.